Ep. 21: The Sedition Act Strikes Back

A long time ago, in a Capital far, far away, the Federalist Party worked to enact ruthless anti-sedition laws which served to harass, intimidate, and sometimes jail anyone who disagreed with the General Government.  Unfortunately, my colorful writing isn’t simply inspired by a recent Star Wars movie or the tragic death of Carrie Fisher.  In … read more

Ep. 20: The Electoral College

There’s been so much hype about the electoral college over the past few months.  And yet I feel like most people I talk to don’t understand it at all.  I want to put the issue to bed with an episode dedicated to this mysterious beast.  I start by finalizing my analysis of the 2016 election … read more

Ep. 19: The TSA is Evil and Stupid, and the Elite are Out of Touch

After a two week hiatus due to intense travel and work schedules, I’m back!  This week I’m discussing the TSA and the horrors through which innocent citizens must go, whenever they travel.  There’s an absurd video interview circulating the interwebs with Michelle Obama that you’ll want to hear.  And finally, I’m going to showcase the … read more

Ep. 18: Pride, Humility, and Patriotism

I’ve been asked a few times about how libertarians view patriotism.  Do they hate the United States?  Do they love it?  Why are they always engaging in America bashing?  In this episode I’m going to tackle this question by first inspecting two fundamental concepts: pride and humility.  From there, we’ll examine patriotism from the libertarian … read more

Ep. 17: What Can the Chicago Cubs Teach Us About Decentralization?

Sometimes I wonder if government bureaucrats were put on this planet to help prove me right.  On the heels of my last podcast episode, a GOP state representative from Georgia came out and acted all triggered by GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney’s now notorious post-Trump election email to his employees.  In this episode I take him to … read more

Ep. 16: Election Fallout Continues. GrubHub CEO Coddles His Employees Like Infants

Three days after Donald Trump was elected to become the 45th President of these United States, the complete and total cultural meltdown continues.  I posted something to Twitter not long ago in which I said “The progressive liberal butthurt has been, by far, the greatest aspect of this entire kerfuffle.”  (By the way, if you’re … read more

Ep. 15: Donald Trump, President-Elect

  HOLY COW, Donald Trump won the Presidency.  What a gigantic middle finger right in the face of the liberal media, academia, and everyone else who assumes that all decent human beings must share their views and values.  In this episode, I’ll tell you about how I reacted to the election, my thoughts on moving … read more

Ep. 14: Property Rights

I’ve already identified property rights as one of the two main tenets of libertarianism.  In this episode, I examine and explain the Libertarian philosophy of property rights in depth.  What do Libertarians think about property rights?  How do we arrive at our assertions about property rights?  And what are some of the logical conclusions that … read more

Ep. 13: How I Voted in the 2016 General Election

In this episode, I’ll give you my political philosophy on the practice of voting.  Here’s a preview: sometimes I think it’s ok and other times I think it’s opposed to the nonaggression principle.  If that sounds confusing, don’t worry.  Just have a listen and I promise you’ll understand. As a special bonus, I also tell … read more

Ep. 12: Following Up! Gary Johnson & An Interested Listener

Things are getting downright comical over at the Johnson/Weld campaign — and not in a good way.  Gary, they’re not laughing with you… In this episode, I follow up on on my previous commentary on the Libertarian Presidential ticket.  If you haven’t heard anything from this high school student council ticket lately, you’ll want to … read more

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